What Is The Unforgivable Sin?

Question: What is the unpardonable sin?

Answer: The unpardonable sin was a sin committed by scribes who belonged to the church that Jesus attended. These scribes believed that Jesus was under the power of Satan rather than under the power of God.

Jesus says in Matthew 12:31:Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men.

All sins can be forgiven except blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. The scribes had said that Jesus had an unclean spirit.

Therefore, anyone who has the slightest desire that Christ be his Saviour could not have committed the unpardonable sin. The scribes did not want Jesus as their Saviour because they were convinced that He was of Satan.

Thus, if you have any desire that Christ might be your Saviour, you can be sure that you have not committed the unpardonable sin.

2 Comments on “What Is The Unforgivable Sin?

  1. Therefore, anyone who has the slightest desire that Christ be his Saviour could not have committed the unpardonable sin. The scribes did not want Jesus as their Saviour because they were convinced that He was of Satan

    They were not “convinced” they knew it was of God. The sin was that they loved their wickedness so much that they lied, knowingly slandering the spirit of God. And yes you can desire a false repentance to sooth your conscience, but God would turn you away.

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